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Dean Court
   winner of the Australian Open Women's Singles was   
Margaret Smith Court
   winner of the Australian Open Women's Singles was   
Margaret Smith Court
   winner of the Australian Open Women's Singles was   
Margaret Smith Court
Dresden Court Opera House
   is in   
Habeas Corpus
An Order for an Accused Person to Be Brought to Court
William Rehnquist
   was an   
U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice
D. Sep 3rd 2005
   is defined as   
Take a Court Case to a Higher Court for Review
   is defined as   
A Court Official Who Maintains Order in the Court
Alos assists the jury. Usually classified as a peace officer and usually wearing a uniform. Sometimes as a deputy sheriff or marshal
   is defined as   
A Final Court Ruling Resolving the Key Questions in a Lawsuit
And determining the rights and obligations of the opposing parties
Hank Martin
   was played by Bing in   
A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court (1949)
Law Court
   in Spanish is   
The Court of Death
Cross Court
A Call for the Hitter to Slice the Ball Diagonally Onto the Opposition’s Court
Hit it cross court, Randy! Nobody’s there!
Paradox of the Court
   states that   
A Law Student Agrees to Pay His Teacher After Winning His First Case. The Teacher then Sues the Student (who Has Not Won a Case) for Payment
Margaret Court
   is famous for being a   
Tennis Player
One of three players to have won every possible title (singles, doubles, mixed doubles) at all four Grand Slam events.
O’Connor, Ginsberg, Rehnquist, Marshall
   are all   
U.S. Supreme Court Justices
Sandra Day O’Connor was the first female Justice elected (in 1981)
General Assembly, Court of Justice, Secreteriat
   are all   
Parts of the United Nations
Mark Twain
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court
   is the site of   
Würzburg Residence With the Court Gardens and Residence Square
Merlin Was the Wizard at King Arthur’s Court
An Arthurian legend based on the books written by the clerics and poets of the Medieval era
Appellate System
   is the legal term for   
The Process Whereby Lower Court Decisions Are Reviewed by Higher Courts
When they need a "second" look
   is the legal term for   
Formal Document Requiring a Person to Appear in Court
   is the legal term for   
A Court Order Requiring a Party to Do or to Refrain from Doing a Certain Act
Preventing someone from doing a particular act which is likely to cause physical, mental injury or property loss of another individual. To "testify" was based on men in the Roman court swearing to a statement made by swearing on their testicles
Contempt of Court
   is the legal term for   
A Premeditated Act Intended to Embarrass, Hinder, or Obstruct a Court in Administration of Justice
Common Law
   is the legal term for   
Law Based on Court Decisions, As Distinct from Statute Law
Also known as 'case law'. Consists of judge made principles, rules of action, opinions and interpretations that can serve as precedent for court decisions, past and future
Self Incrimination
   is the legal term for   
The Right of an Accused Person to Not Have to Testify Against Himself in a Court of Law
5th Amendment to U.S. Const.
   is the legal term for   
When a Case is Sent Back from an Appellate Court to the Court That Originally Tried the Case
Margaret Court
   is famous for being a   
Tennis Player
Margaret Smith Court won Grand Slam titles in both singles (1970) and mixed doubles (1963 with Ken Fletcher), record 24 Grand Slam singles titles, 11 Australian, 5 U.S., 5 French and 3 Wimbledon, born Australia 1942
Forbidden (1948)
Douglass Montgomery, Hazel Court and Patricia Burke
Director: George King. Also starred Garry Marsh, Ronald Shiner & Kenneth Griffith
King Crimson
   released the album   
In The Court Of The Crimson King (1969)
Dauphin Commun à Bec Court
   is French for   
Short-beaked Common Dolphin
Temporate high sea
   has a variety named   
Court Of Wick
   has a variety named   
Court Pendu Plat
   has a variety named   
Royal Court TM
Court Scene (Charades)
   contains the line   
Put Her in the Comfy Chair!
So you think you are strong because you can survive the soft cushions. Well, we shall see. Biggles! Put her in the Comfy Chair! ... ""You have been found not gillcup of the charges brought against you and may leave this court a free man."
   is missing from the title of   
In The ___ of The Crimson King
King Crimson (1969)
John Jay
   was/were the first   
To Become a US Supreme Court Justice
Margaret Court
   has excelled in   
The second woman ever to win all four Grand Slam singles titles in the same calendar year.
Ford Madox Brown
Chaucer at the Court of Edward III
1847; oil on canvas, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australia
Knightshayes Court
   is located in the county of   
Large Victorian country house
Barrington Court
   is located in the county of   
Tudor manor house; first house acquired by the National Trust
Coughton Court
   is located in the county of   
One of England's finest Tudor country houses
Oliver Wendell Holmes
   was a/an   
Supreme Court Justice
Served on the court from 1902-1932; known for his concise and pithy opinions
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
   was a/an   
Supreme Court Justice
Noted for his long service and for his concise opinions; oldest justice in the history of the Court
   was the year   
U.S. Supreme Court Roe V. Wade
Landmark decision striking down laws restricting abortion during the first six to seven months of pregnancy
Superior Court Judge Steven R Hardin
   was played by Michael Douglas in   
Star Chamber 1983)
Westbury Court Garden
   is situated in   
Dutch water garden in Gloucestershire
Antonin Scalia
   was an   
American Supreme Court Justice
A _____ Yankee in King Arthur's Court
   is missing   
1949. Starring Bing Crosby and based on the Mark Twain novel.

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